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Tuesday, November 19, 2019 6:59am ET by  

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Harry Styles on writing new album Fine Line: 'I tried to open up about how I was feeling'


Harry Styles has revealed a few more nuggets about his upcoming second solo album, Fine Line.

Speaking to Ash London from Hit Network in Australia today (November 19), Styles revealed:

'There are twelve tracks, no collaborations. A lot of different stuff on it and different things strike different chords with me.'

On identifying his favourite album tracks, he said:

"Two of my favourites are probably the first track and the last track.

"I wrote a lot of stuff. It helps me kind of 'mould' when a lot of the time I'll have a song and I'll be like 'This is clearly the first song, this is how you start an album', and then there was a song I wrote where it was like 'This is clearly the last song'.

"From there, I usually end off with the first and last one, and then I kind of 'tetris' it around from there!

The English singer-songwriter, musician and actor also spoke to Australian radio presenter Smallzy about the theme behind 

"I think for me, the music that I love, the stuff I connect with the most, is people being honest. When you get to know a little piece of them that you didn't know before.

"I think I tried to be really honest with the writing and tried to open up about how I was feeling at the time. It kind of comes across. It's a reflection of the music of I like".

He revealed on Hit Network, what it was like to co-host, act and sing on SNL last Saturday (November 16)"

"They're very old school, they go with cue cards. It was a hectic week but it was good fun. I enjoyed myself.

When Ash London asked if he did a lot of 'nervous wees' during rehearsals, he replied honestly:

"I did a lot of nervous wees!

"It was good actually, everyone there was really nice, very welcoming. I ended up feeling quite relaxed when we were actually doing the show."

London complimented Styles on the restraint he shows when it comes to social media. He admitted:

"Honestly, with social media and stuff, in terms of a personal life, it's just not my first instinct to want to put stuff online.

"It's not like 'Cool, I want to keep everything back.' Social media for me, if I want to go on it, I'll go on it, if I don't, I won't."

Fine Line will be released on December 13.

Tickets for Harry Styles' global Love On Tour 2020 go on sale to the general public for all dates this Friday on November 22.

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